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Payal Jagdish Sanghavi

Department of Neurosciences, Krishna College of Physiotherapy, Satara, Maharashtra, India


  • Original Article   
    Prevalence of Palmar Hyperhidrosis Affecting Clinical Efficacy in Medical Professionals
    Author(s): Pragati R Patil

    Background: Hyperhidrosis, meaning excessive sweating, can be described as perspiration in excess of the physiologic amount necessary to maintain the thermal homeostasis. It is thought to be the result of eccrine sweat glands by the cholinergic sympathetic ibers which innervate them. Many of medical professionals such as physiotherapists, dentists, and nurses, may suffer from palmar hyperhidrosis, due to which their clinical efficacy may get affected to some considerable extent. Their efficacy of treating the patients manually, handling tools, injecting needles, dressing wounds, and grasping the surgical instruments, are all hampered due to excessive sweating. The main goal of the study was to determine the prevalence of palmar hyperhidrosis affecting the clinical efficacy of medical professionals. The objective was to assess the extent of palmar hyperhidrosis affecti.. Read More»

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